Colorado Springs Daily Gazette in Colorado-Springs, Colorado
4 Jan 2011

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4 Jan 2011

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Colorado Springs Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - January 4, 2011, Colorado Springs, Colorado Tuesday a inquiry 4, 2011 Deal of the Day fit fast 78% offi Only $49 for 3 in Home personal training sessions $225 value buy today at Datlof Thoday. Local plea Deal ends bigamy charge a Peyton woman accused of being married to two soldiers pleaded guilty to forgery in Exchange for prosecutors dropping the bigamy allegations. A3 Tom Tancredo on Tea party radio the talk show launched on kor 740 am a4 sports Brandon Lloyd has Faith in tim Tebow and Lloyd is the Broncos Best player or so says columnist David Ramsey who admits that he himself in t so certain about Tebow s prospects. B1 nation viral tops new list of vile words a Michigan University s list of words and phrases that deserve to be banned also includes quot epic quot quot fail quot quot Man up quot and More. A8 body in Landfill is military expert s John Wheeler iii served in three Republican administrations and helped Lead efforts to build the Vietnam memorial in Washington. His death has been ruled a homicide. As fireworks believed behind Bird deaths scientists said monday that new year s eve fireworks seem to have frightened the blackbirds into such a frenzy that they crashed into Homes cars and even the ground. A5 business Cash lets Facebook delay going Public Goldman Sachs and a russian investor have put $500 million into the social networking company while valuing it at $50 billion. Bio . Manufacturing gained last month indexes for production and orders jumped in december. Car makers computer and electronics companies and Industrial machinery firms showed particular strength. Big world tribe agrees to Battle Taliban tribal elders in Sangin District have vowed to halt insurgent attacks and expel foreign fighters from the Taliban stronghold. Aid weather a7 High 3blow 12 about the same As monday with warmer Days ahead. O in Mon Clio Filo Mir Witiw. Mic. com a Ehe by Zattz coming wednesday life guest is a program that retains soldiers in life skills through exercise and adventure sports. 75 cents i informing the pikes Peak Region since 1872 i Congress gop eager to take reins repeal health care la Cheyenne Mountain zoo Mark Reis the Gazette a female Cape Griffon vulture at Cheyenne Mountain zoo on ivi onday. A zookeeper will travel to South Africa in a few weeks to conduct health tests on wild vultures. Cape Griffons use their keen eyesight to find scavenger Hunt for conservation zoo collecting gear to help on vulture saving Mission by Kristina Lopicc a Raincoat hanging Dumisi d in the closet could help vultures in South Africa. So could heating pads welding gloves and other items. Cheyenne Mountain zoo is collecting gear that one of us zookeepers will soon take to a Uuie project in South Africa. Diirner. Aii uial keeper for the african Kift \ Alle it at the c he Venice Mountain zoo. Will travel to a nature preserve near in a few weeks to work with an organization called us pro. Luisini got ,1 from to conduct detail cil Lumuth tests on Wilda e a Rifton and White hacked us Turi s. Something that nuh to has t the Moi to do. Shell work with the group to capt i a tag and test the bulls see vultures a Page 2 online it read More about the organisation Jenova Turner will be working with at inside Vul pro s wish list Page 2 mayor s race medical pot cardholder plans to run Mitch Christiansen is cancer survivor by Daniel j. Chaco a Colorado Springs mayor could be a medical marijuana cardholder. Mitch Christiansen. 64, who plans to tile a declaration of online it in depth a keep up with Colorado politics at Gazette com politics candidacy for the office of mayor on wednesday said he obtained a medical marijuana card last year to Deal with pain from cancer after his personal doctor recommended it. Quot i have no problem with the medical Mari other news a former Colorado Springs councilman Richard Skorman plans to formally announce his candidacy for mayor today. The event will be 5-6 . In the Carnegie Reading room at the Penrose Library 20 n. Cascade ave. A mayoral candidate Phil Mcdonald is holding a signature gathering party and fundraiser at 5 . Wednesday at Bambino s italian eatery and sports bar. 2849 e. Platte ave. Wednesday is the first Day that mayoral and at Large Council candidates can pick up nomination petitions from the City clerk s office. A Mitch Christiansen a licensed general contractor and real estate broker and consultant plans to file a declaration of candidacy for the office of mayor on wednesday. 448020001 Sec Christiansen a Pace 2bach s $33k is largely from City big shots by Daniel j. Chaco a mayoral candidate Stephen Bachisn t wasting any time. Bach has $3i,250 since filing papers to run it r a mayor just Over a month ago and Many of his contributors Are among the City s most prominent residents. Bach received four separate $5,000 contributions one $2,000 contribution and nine $1,000 contributions according to Campaign reports provided monday by the Bach Campaign. Monday was a Campaign reporting deadline but not All reports were available because the City clerk s office is closed mondays. See contributions a Page 2 strategy could alienate voters fixated on jobs Chicago Tribune Washington a stepping into the spotlight of a new connies a this week. Fresh Yinpo Werel Kepich liens Uco in to undo Niue of the work the last Congress ail launch nit Ratt of Hania Pio Granis but then partisan tia teen inns the risk of alienating voters who Are More Conwei Ned about jobs. 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